“If you stay humble you can’t be popular in Ghana” – Flatelo advises underground artistes

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Researchers and opinion leaders have spent years explaining why the Ghana music industry has closed its doors on up-and-coming musicians. While the outcome of such research is varied, the majority of the findings focus on finance.

 To get more insights into the issue, Flatelo suggested that Ghanaian musicians have great talents but lack good characters and attitudes toward developing their talents.

According to the highly-opinionated Flatelo, “if you stay humble as a budding musician in the country, you can never be popular or better still make it in the music industry.

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Speaking to Quoo Fante in the studios of Kumasi-based Kessben TV, Adu Flatelo said that he decided to step on the toes of well-known artistes just to penetrate into the music scene.

He reiterated that he’s all over the place now because of his strategy to insult and attack well-known artistes like Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, others.

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Flatelo, therefore, admonished budding musicians and underground rappers to be hard and aggressive by attacking celebrities with the least provocation as humility will not take them anywhere in the music industry.


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